The weekend is finally here and that means it’s time to enjoy some brunch. If you’re looking to branch out from your usual haunts, we have you covered. From traditional to fusion to straight-up unique, here are 7 boozy brunch spots to hit up in Seattle this weekend.
If you’re looking for classic dishes with a few contemporary additions head to The Maple Pub. Their weekend brunch menu has items like eggs benedict, chicken & waffles, and avocado toast. To add to your tasty meal you might as well throw in an $8 mimosa pint.
Where: 8929 Roosevelt Way NE
Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10:30 am-2 pm
If you looking to try something different than your go-to brunch dishes, a visit to Super Six is in order. They focus on Asian flavors, American comfort food, and Pacific Northwest staples which result in some unique dishes like Filipino bacon & eggs. Plus you can snag $29 POG Mimosas for two!
Where: 3714 S. Hudson St
Hours: Saturday & Sunday 9 am-3 pm
Skillet is a Seattle fave for many reasons but a big reason is that they offer brunch all day every day. You can nosh on your fave sweet and savory breakfast and brunch goods whenever you like. Part of the brunch magic here definitely includes a $30 mimosa pitcher so be sure to add it to your order.
Where: 1400 East Union St
Hours: Daily 7 am-7 pm
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If you’re looking to elevate your bunch experience you can always head over to the Goldfinch Tavern. They have a $59 three-course brunch menu with a selection of dishes to choose from. And best of all, that price comes with bottomless mimosas.
Where: 99 Union St
Hours: Saturday & Sunday 9 am-2 pm
Nue is a unique spot all around because they offer dishes from cultures around the world. Plus they have a weekday and weekend brunch menu with different options to help your taste buds diversify. Of course, your tasty brunch isn’t complete until you throw in a $28 carafe of their “Mo’ Mosa”.
Where: 1519 14th Ave
Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 am-10 pm, Friday 11 am-11 pm, Saturday 10 am-11 pm, Sunday 10 am-10 pm
Folks in West Seattle can enjoy pan-Latin weekend brunch at Mission Cantina. Enjoy classics like huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, sweet papa hash, and more. Now to make your brunch boozy you can throw in bottomless(ish) mimosas for $14 and $1 per 8 oz refill. Keep in mind they have 16 flavors so you might as well try a few.
Where: 2325 California Ave SW
Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10 am-4 pm
While no longer a 24-hour restaurant, Lost Lake is conveniently located on the hill and still open pretty dang late. And that means you can enjoy brunch pretty much whenever. Not only do they have a large menu but they also have $35 mimosa pitchers.
Where: 1505 10th Ave
Hours: Thursday-Saturday 6 am-2 am and Sunday-Wednesday 6 am-12 am
We bet your mouth is already watering and we don’t blame you. With that, have a great weekend, and be sure to drink responsibly. Enjoy folks!